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EEOC

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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"The EEOC is always proactive in its enforcement practices, pursing an agenda of where it believes the law should extend," Beemer explains.
"The bottom line takeaway for employers is that being a defendant in a lawsuit brought by the EEOC today is a very different proposition than it was five years ago--you have a tiger by the tail," says Gerald Maatman, a Seyfarth Shaw partner.
The EEOC is a bipartisan Commission composed of five presidentially appointed members, including the Chair, Vice Chair, and three Commissioners.
"No one should have to choose between continuing to work under a harasser or taking a pay cut to feel safe at work," said EEOC Senior Trial Attorney Carmen Flores.
Do they maintain the status quo until new EEOC wellness incentive rules are made?
"Some [regional EEOC offices] are more aggressive than others," Pearlman said.
"Stopping and remedying unlawful employment discrimination against immigrant, migrant, and other vulnerable workers is an EEOC priority," said Berrien.
Though the 2012 enforcement guidance is not "the law" and does not have to be followed by courts, the EEOC appears poised to use the key points from that guidance as the basis for more investigations, audits and lawsuits targeting employers' use of background screenings.
Details of that settlement were not made public by the EEOC.
Burger King Corporation's largest franchisee Carrols Restaurant Group Inc (Nasdaq:TAST) revealed on Tuesday that its wholly-owned subsidiary Carrols Corporation has signed an agreement resolving a longstanding litigation commenced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) originally in 1998.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has made private sector workplace discrimination charge statistics available online for all 50 states and U.S.